During my resettlement for leaving the British Army, I decided that I wanted to go into teaching and I thought I would teach in a prison. However, I was given the opportunity to complete a 2 year course that would develop my teaching skills so that I would be able to teach in a school. I am so fortunate to have been given this opportunity and I relish every opportunity to have a positive impact on a child's life. Due to my military background, I have strong values about honesty, loyalty and ensuring we work hard to succeed, whilst having fun and being creative when the opportunities arise. Balance is key in all that we do.
MRS ANDREW CARTER
Ever since I was a little girl, I wanted to be a teacher. I loved primary school and wanted to share my love of learning with others. I have always worked with children/ young people (at my ballet school and Brownies) and could not imagine another job that is as rewarding as teaching.
MISS ROWANNE MOLES